Нови Инструменти В Корпоративното Управление На Банкови Групи От Ес
[New Instruments In Corporate Governance Of Eu Bank Groups]
The corporate governance practices of EU bank group were based on the principle of self-regulation. The negative effects of adoptation of the principle were on stakeholders account – deposit insurance funds, government loans, depositors, and taxpayers. The international financial crisis gives reasons for new institutional framework. The taken measures on pan-European level defined new role for traditional actors in which key actors are shareholders and regulators. The newn instruments in modern corporate governance are decrease of corporate structure complexity and isolation of different services in separate entities.
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- Leonardo Gambacorta & Adrian van Rixtel, 2013.
"Structural bank regulation initiatives: approaches and implications,"
Bancaria Editrice, vol. 6, pages 14-27, June.
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